Having been expelled from the political groupuscule he founded (AMM, Association of Musical Marxists), Ben Watson turned the final-year (2015) episode of his Late Lunch With Out To Lunch radio show into Yetinother Manifesto: an embroiling invagination of pressing themes. John Plant, anti-celebrity militant (and London's answer to Mark E. Smith) descended on the Resonance Studio to read several poems (three of which were for Welsh friends, but Plant also included mindstunning anti-Stalinist lyrics by Armand Robin, hitherto untranslated French revolutionary). The AMM All-Stars (Peter Baxter - drums; Sam Amant - guitar, "merde", harmonica, piano; Out To Lunch - graphic poems, harmonica, piano, rattle, Stylophone) were on hand to make dream mountains out of stencils. At unpredictable intervals, you also hear Jair-Rohm Parker Wells ("Tall Tales" from Salo); James Wilson/I Digress Indeed ("Fuck Off Back to Hampstead #11"); Iris and Mordecai's Play with Actress Sylvia 15-xii-2015; Gamma on Jane Fonda's breasts. This is the Best, peoples, and if you ain't got round to it, it's because you are very very very ... boring.